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268dESPN

Injured Hogg out of Autumn Internationals

Stuart Hogg will miss Scotland's Autumn Internationals after being ruled out for 10-12 weeks due to an ankle injury.

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274dNick Said

Price shock for Cheetahs as Warriors claim easy win

Scrumhalf Ali Price scored two tries as Glasgow Warriors continued their 100 percent start to the season with a bonus-point 52-24 victory over the Free State Cheetahs.

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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

Plenty was sorted out over an enthralling few days but who shone, who had a weekend to forget and what will fans be talking about ahead of a busy period of domestic action?

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395dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Prem, PRO14, Top 14

Following eight months of intense competition four teams are left battling for silverware in the Aviva Premiership and PRO14, while Castres, Lyon, Toulon and Toulouse target a place in the Top 14 semifinals.

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404dPA Sport

Hastings among new faces in Scotland squad

Gregor Townsend has named six new faces in his Scotland squad for their summer tour of the United States, Canada and Argentina.

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419dPA Sport

Wilson signs new two-year deal at Glasgow

Glasgow skipper Ryan Wilson is set to chalk up a decade's worth of service with Warriors after agreeing a new two-year contract.

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543dESPN Staff

Gray pens new deal with Glasgow

Scotland international Jonny Gray has committed his future to Glasgow Warriors after penning a new two-year deal with the PRO14 club on Wednesday.

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551dESPN Staff

Glasgow hooker Turner cited for yellow

Glasgow hooker George Turner faces further punishment for the yellow card which Scotstoun coach Dave Rennie called "dumb" and blamed for wrecking his side's European hopes.

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573dPA Sport

Russell to leave Glasgow at end of season

Scotland fly-half Finn Russell will leave Glasgow Warriors at the end of the season after being offered a bumper deal by another club.

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590dPA Sport

Glasgow exact revenge on Leinster in PRO14

A scintillating first-half display saw Glasgow exact revenge on Leinster with a stunning 31-21 bonus-point win at Scotstoun.

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603dPA Sport

Glasgow ponder prioritising PRO14

Glasgow head coach Dave Rennie hinted they may be forced to prioritise the PRO14 after a second European loss.

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647dTom Hamilton

Rennie's fingerprints already visible in Glasgow

The two Glasgow Warriors tries in Connacht last weekend were straight out of the Dave Rennie playbook. The former Chiefs boss is clearly enjoying his start to life in Scotland.

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656dPA Sport

Glasgow focused on silverware - Rennie

Nothing other than winning a title can be considered a success at Glasgow Warriors this season, according to new head coach Dave Rennie.

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662dESPN Staff

Wilson named Glasgow Warriors captain

Ryan Wilson has been named as Glasgow Warriors' new captain by coach Dave Rennie ahead of the start of the Pro 14 season.

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677dESPN Staff

Jackson completes Glasgow return

Harlequins fly-half Ruaridh Jackson has agreed a return to Scotland with Glasgow Warriors.

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676dESPN Staff

Cheetahs kick off PRO14 in Ulster

South African franchise the Cheetahs will get their first taste of PRO14 action on Friday, Sept. 1 as they take on Ulster at Kingspan Stadium.

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684dESPN Staff

PRO14 expansion explained

Tuesday brought official confirmation that South African sides the Cheetahs and Southern Kings would, as expected, join an expanded PRO14 competition. But what will the new championship look like?

2019 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • GLASG5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Leinster : 27 Tries Scored
    LEINS1st
    19
    27
  • GLASG7th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 116 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    28
    116